Flashback to the . . . Chill 2000s!: Ready-to-Read Level 2 (Hardcover)

Flashback to the . . . Chill 2000s!: Ready-to-Read Level 2 By Gloria Cruz, Sarah Rebar (Illustrator) Cover Image

Flashback to the . . . Chill 2000s!: Ready-to-Read Level 2 (Hardcover)

By Gloria Cruz, Sarah Rebar (Illustrator)

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Chillax with the trends, fashion, technology, and inventions of the 2000s in this Level 2 Ready-to-Read full of fun facts, illustrations, and interactive backmatter!

In the 2000s, Juicy Couture velour sweatsuits and trucker hats were all the rage, American Idol was the show to watch, social media sites like Facebook and YouTube were launched, and a little thing called Y2K threatened to shut down the world! Kids will love learning about what was cool in the aughts, from popular toys like Bratz dolls to must-see TV like Dora the Explorer and The Powerpuff Girls—not to mention off-the-wall food trends like Heinz green and purple ketchup, popular fashion like Uggs, and technology like Netflix DVDs. Lighthearted illustrations, photographs of the fashion and fads, and approachable language introduce young readers to all this and more hallmarks of the chill decade.
Gloria Cruz has always dreamed of working on children’s books. Now she writes and edits them in her New York City apartment with her favorite furry roommates, her two dogs.

Sarah Rebar is an illustrator and writer based in sunny Los Angeles. She earned her BFA in illustration from Syracuse University. For nine years, she worked as an in-house artist for Sesame Street drawing Muppets. She collaborated to create new Muppets for Ahlan Simsim, an international coproduction for young Syrian refugees, funded by the MacArthur genius grant. Her all-time favorite characters are Bert and Ernie. Now, she illustrates books for kids.
Product Details ISBN: 9781665940900
ISBN-10: 1665940905
Publisher: Simon Spotlight
Publication Date: August 29th, 2023
Pages: 32
Language: English
Series: Flashback
A fun addition to early reader collections that will introduce kids to new vocabulary via popular cultural references, while sparking recent nostalgia in adults.
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